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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Severn Stoke, Worcester


Property Description

Key features

  • 25'5" (7.75m) SITTING ROOM

Full description

The property was originally a rectory which was built circa 1800 and has Grade II listed status. It has been divided into three freehold houses and Severn Hill is the central portion. With many original features and high ceilings, the accommodation is laid out over three floors, plus having cellarage. It also benefits from a long driveway and turning area offering generous parking, a double garage and generous private gardens essentially laid to lawn. Some updating would benefit the property, viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate this delightful family home.

Approached through a white wrought iron five bar gate leading to the graveled drive and front door.

Entrance Hallway - 10.9m x 2.4m (35'9" x 7'10") - With dado rail, ornate cornice work, archway through to inner hall, radiator, original brass heat share valve, built-in corner cupboard, original panelling, stairs to the first floor with solid wooden carved banister and rails, storage cupboard and coal hood, access through floor hatch to cellar, door to:

Cellarage - Approached through access hatch in the hallway, three rooms with light power and original solid wood door to the third area with Worcester Greenstar Camray central heating boiler (kerosene fuelled) and window.

Guest Wc - With pedestal hand wash basin, low level wc and extractor unit.

Dining Room - 5.22m x 4.81m (17'1" x 15'9") - With original wall panelling, feature ornate cast iron fireplace with marble back and mantle, dual aspect Georgian small panel sash windows with built-in window seats, power points, radiator and radiator shelf.

Sitting Room - 7.75m (into bay) x 6.09m (25'5" (into bay) x 19'11 - Of stunning proportions, there is intricate cornice work, picture and dado rails, ornate cast iron fireplace with mantle surround, two Georgian windows with shutters and a semi-glazed French door with shutters, recessed shelved display arch, three radiators, power points.

Breakfast Kitchen - 4.13m x 3.08m (13'6" x 10'1") - With dual aspect windows, matching range of wall and base units, inset single drainer, dual bowl sink unit, built-in eye level Neff oven and grill, inset electric hob with cooker hood over, space, plumbing and power for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, radiator and inset downlighters.

A gracious staircase with elaborate dark wood banister and rails leads to the first floor.

First Floor Landing - With wall-mounted lights , power points and radiator.

Family Bathroom - With dark wood panelling and beamed ceiling, radiator, panel bath, low level wc, wash basin set into vanity unit, radiator, obscured glass window, door to walk-in storage cupboard.

A short flight of stairs lead from the landing to:

Master Bedroom - 7.75m max x 6.06m (25'5" max x 19'10") - With Georgian glazed triple window bay with Juliet balconies with ornate plaster surrounds, two radiators, power points and:

En-Suite - 2.82m x 1.96m (9'3" x 6'5" ) - Being fully tiled and having a coloured suite comprising, panel bath, pedestal hand wash basin, low level wc, radiator, pine ceiling with down-lighters, mirror with shaver point and light and extractor unit.

Bedroom Two - 5.01m x 5.41m (16'5" x 17'8") - Has dual aspect Georgian sash windows, cast iron fire in ornate surround, built-in wardrobe, radiator, power points.

Bedroom Three - 3.57m x 2.41m (11'8" x 7'10") - Has Georgian sash windows, built-in wardrobes, original circular brass heating vent, power points and radiator.

A sliding door and stairs lead to:

Second Floor Landing/Office - 5.06m x 2.43m (16'7" x 7'11") - With Velux window offering country views beyond the garden, exposed beams, further windows, radiator, power points, and doors to:

Bedroom Four - 5.05m x 4.81m (16'6" x 15'9") - With two Velux windows, further high level window, two radiators, power points and exposed beams.

Bathroom - 4.85m x 2.00m (15'10" x 6'6") - With Velux window, coloured suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc, radiator, door to built-in cupboard housing the water tanks.

Double Garage - 4.98m x 5.06m (16'4" x 16'7") - Being detached and of brick construction, with twin up and over doors plus rear pedestrian door. There is light and power, side windows and apex storage.

External - The generous gardens are extensively laid to lawn and enclosed by fencing and hedging. A stone slatted patio area offers south facing seating. There are well stocked flowerbeds and borders, a wooden shed and beyond the formal gardens there is a more natural area ideal for composting and wildlife. The gravel driveways fork just prior to the house offering parking and turning areas and the garage sits part way along.

Directions - From our Upton office, turn left and proceed over the bridge on the A4104 heading in the direction of Worcester. Turn left at the T-junction onto the A38 and continue to Severn Stoke. As you see the sign for the Rose and Crown on your left, there are two white gate-posts opposite. Turn right into this driveway and Severn Hill sits at the top of the drive.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2016


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